Artists tell the BBC how their artwork has been stolen from Twitter and is being sold elsewhere.
There are bots taking images from twitter where someone has said, "Someone should put that on a t-shirt" and then automatically putting on a website and then tweeting back to say where they can find it.
I've been uploading more stuff to Redbubble lately since I'm a long way from my next tier up on Amazon Merch. Redbubble is more arty, pop culture stuff though.
I also just uploaded my first notebook design to Amazon Direct Publishing (KDP). That might be worth a look of you have some funny slogans that might be good on notebooks.
I get the occasional sale, but I don't put enough effort into getting new designs uploaded...
My wife on the other hand is killing it... she recently hit £1000 commission on Redbubble and $550 on Teepublic, so I'm super proud of her little side hustle. One of her designs was featured on Heat magazine's website as well, so we were both buzzing about that.